• Columbus Girls Academy

    Seale, AL

    Columbus Girls Academy is a year-round Christian boarding school for girls ages 12 – 17. We offer a loving, relational, and affordable program just for girls with life-controlling issues. We feature a first-class school, equine therapy, spiritual support, and counseling to repair behavioral issues brought on by trauma, adoption, family discord, or peer pressure. Columbus Girls Academy offers a first-class structured environment for struggling teenage girls. The Christian school and therapeutic program focus on character growth, spiritual life, and personal responsibility to help girls overcome… More

    7 - 12
    All-girl
    Students
    Teachers
  • Indian Springs School

    Indian Springs, AL

    Indian Springs School is a private coed school in Indian Springs, Alabama. Including Indian Springs School, there are 16 private schools in Shelby County. The campus is located in a rural area. In terms of religious orientation, Indian Springs School is a nonsectarian school. Every year, Indian Springs designates a mayor for the student body. This mayor works closely with the faculty to come up with different ideas for entertaining students and to keep them busy. Students often start new clubs, participate in organizations… More

    8 - 12
    Coed
    261 Students
    35 Teachers
  • St. Bernard Preparatory School

    Cullman, AL

    St Bernard Preparatory School is a private coed school in Cullman, Alabama. Almost continually since 1891, students have received a Benedictine education focusing on body, mind and spirit on the 900-acre campus of St. Bernard Preparatory School that is conveniently located a short distance away from Birmingham and Huntsville, Alabama. Students can choose to stay on the campus five or seven days a week or just use the facility as a day school. The school also offers a coed summer camp experiences including weeks… More

    7 - 12
    Coed
    161 Students
    22 Teachers

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This page features a list of boarding schools in Alabama (AL) , USA.

Alabama is a state in the south-eastern region of the United States. It is bordered by Tennessee to the north, Georgia to the east, Florida and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Mississippi to the west. Alabama is the 24th-most populous of the U.S. states. Alabama is also known as the “Heart of Dixie” and the Cotton State.

Education in Alabama (AL), USA

The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Alabama was 4,858,979 since the 2010 Census with the literacy rate of 15%. Alabama’s higher education include 14 public universities, community colleges, 17 private, undergraduate and graduate universities. In the state are four medical schools, two veterinary colleges, a dental school , an optometry college, two pharmacy schools, and five law schools. Public, post-secondary education in Alabama is overseen by the Alabama Commission on Higher Education and the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. Public primary and secondary education in Alabama is under the Alabama State Board of Education as well as local oversight by 67 county school boards and 60 city boards of education.

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Columbus Girls Academy is a year-round Christian boarding school for girls ages 12 – 17. The school offers a loving, relational, and affordable program just for girls with life-controlling issues. The boarding school for troubled girls as a first-class school, equine therapy, spiritual support, and counseling to repair behavioral issues brought on by trauma, adoption, family discord, or peer pressure.  The Christian school and therapeutic program focuses on character growth, spiritual life, and personal responsibility to help girls overcome life-controlling issues. Columbus Girls Academy offers help to troubled girls through four main components: spiritual, academic, physical and social.  Residents at Columbus Girls Academy receive professional counseling, both individually and in group settings. However, the therapeutic program extends well beyond formal counseling sessions. Every interaction with school staff, counselors and peers presents an opportunity for growth in relationships and respect for others. They foster a positive peer culture, in which each teen assumes responsibility for her own actions as well as holding others accountable for their choices. In this way, teens influence one another in a positive manner, and they begin to make the right decisions out of a genuine change of heart. They encourage teens to shift their focus away from self and toward serving others through community service and special projects, mission trips and other outings.

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